Solomon's Glory - Poem by Dwight Jenkins
There are battles that I never want to fight again,
With some that I was never in;
And better ways todays begin
In memories washed of pain.
Firefights of life and death are not reserved for war,
They happen every day I store
The words I heard and said, and more
While flowers simply ask 'what for? '
In promises of gain...
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